Standard Fit Thermal Lined Twin Zip Boot
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Item Code: MJ249
£20.00
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• Thermal Lined
• Strong grip soles
• 100% leather uppers
• Standard fit
• No fiddly laces
• Easy to get on and off

You can wear these thermal lined, twin zip boots with most of your clothes. They look just as good when worn with trousers as they do with jeans.

There are no fiddly laces for you to deal with. On a cold day, when your fingers might be freezing cold, this is a big plus. The twin zips are designed to enable you to pull the front of the boot forward, so you will not have to struggle to pull them onto your foot.

These standard fit, thermal lined, men’s leather boots are extremely comfortable. The thermal lining provides padding for your foot, as well as an additional warm layer of material to protect your feet from the cold. The level of grip offered by the deep tread pattern is something you are also sure to appreciate.

Leather enables your feet to breathe and stay healthy, while also being a durable material that is very easy to look after.

Place your order for these stylish and practical zip front boots either online or over the phone.

Upper: Leather Lining/Sock: Textile Sole: Man-Made.

Sizes: 6-13
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Real People. Real Reviews. Real Insights.
Less than 1 week ago
bood very good just as I orders
Less than 1 week ago
Comfortable and warm. They are heavy so tiring to wear for long periods.
Less than 1 week ago
Quality shoes/boots at a good price
Less than 1 week ago
Got 5 stars from me - great value, warm and comfortable.
Less than 1 week ago
Good quality top class service
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